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speecher newt gingrich in the lead followed by texas congressman ron paul and second place and mitt romney placed third. george mcgovern is said to be resting comfortably in a south dakota hospital after falling and suffering a head injury on friday. mcgovern lost the 1972 presidential race to richard nixon. he's 89 years old. in an interview with the "new york times", accused penn state defensive coordinator jerry sandusky is insisting that he never sexually abused children calling himself a father-like figure to kids. attorneys for his alleged victims call the interview an unconvincing denial. this morning, half the city of in germany was evacuated while engineers diffused world war ii bombs in the rhine river. they were discovered when the river fell to a record low level. here's today's weather. mild in the east but rain likely in the midwest all the way down to the texas coast. snow expected out west. that rain is an east coast problem in the week ahead. everywhere else it will be mostly cool and dry but sunny. >> action. >> ahead.... >> hey, do you remember we used to make out to thi
football game in arlington texas. at least one man was hospitalized with an apparent leg injury. here's today's forecast. mostly cool with pockets of snow and cold rain scattered about the country. the week ahead looks even colder. there's a word for this. it's called winter. winter officially begins on thursday. next, including starbucks. it's the way to brew everyone's favorite cup in under a minute. way to brew! >> osgood: a convoy of u.s. combat troops crossed the border from iraq into kuwait in the wee hours of this morning. that is the last of them. they're all out now. jim axelrod traveled with the troops. here he is with a sunday journal. >> reporter: yesterday was no ordinary saturday for the soldiers in iraq. it was the last saturday in iraq. for these, the last u.s. troops left here. by last night, the u.s. troop count in iraq stood at several hundred, down from a high of 170,000 four years ago. >> i just want to say hello. >> reporter: the top u.s. general in iraq called the final drawdown, the military's largest, most complex logistical undertaking since world war ii. aft
offer. on my journey across america, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> osgood: a 65-year-old movie is the talk of the town. here's bill geist to explain why. >> reporter: on christmas morning, what better place to be than seneca falls, new york? where they proudly proclaim their little town to be the inspiration for betford falls, the setting for the christmas classic "it's a wonderful life." >> merry christmas! >> reporter: and the signs are everywhere. even the postmark says it's so. they took the idea and ran with it. the old hotel has been named clarence after the film's angel who earns his wings by saving george bailey. >> that's what i was sent down for. i'm your guardian angel. >> reporter: and the zuzu cafe is named after one of george's daughters. they hold the "it's the wonderful life" festival each decembe
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